Hello, firstly I would like to thank you for visiting my webpage and taking the time to look through the images in the gallery. I have set up this web page as a means of mainly displaying the images I have produced, therefore they are not for sale at this current time. At present I am looking to start a career with a reputable company in order to further gain some experience and to add to my skills and knowledge. Pease feel free to leave any comments you may have in the guestbook, or if you require further information or have any advice feel free to send me an email. Thanks again for visiting. Neil. More images to be updated soon!
Biography: As a small child I would often spend most of my spare time drawing and creating pictures of whatever my imagination could conjour up. I would use mediums such as pens, pencils, chalk, paints and papier mache etc to make the images in my imagination come to life. Later on, when at Junior school, I was lucky enough to have a teacher who used to run an after school session on Thursdays. This was called Art Club and I would attend every week where we would use various mediums to create peices of sculpture and images. Most notable of these were a black and white picture of a tiger made from black sugar paper and white sticky labels, and a picture of a trout made from Letraset appliable black letters and numbers. After attending Secondary school, I went on to study for a BTEC National Diploma in Construction at Basingstoke College Of Technology, while a useful and informative course I didn't feel that this was the right career path for me. I then went to Queen Mary's College, also in Basingstoke to study A levels. I achieved AS levels B in psychology, B in Media and D(pass) in Photography in the first year and A2 levels C in Psychology, B in Media and D(pass) in Photography. Again I was aided in my last year of college to have a Photography teacher who was always willing to accept new ideas and give good, helpful advice. Through some difficult personal times near the end of my exam period he offered me help and support which I needed. Since finishing college last summer, when not working I have spent a lot of my spare time using and advancing my knowledge of Photoshop. I am now keen to hopefully start work with a company where I can put my skills and knowledge to use. Of all the companies I have so far had contact with, they have all offered some valuble and useful advice which has helped me better understand the way I want to progress.
Country: United Kingdom (Great Britain)
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